Iron Maiden - Bring the Metal to Newcastle album flac
- Album: Bring the Metal to Newcastle
- FLAC: 1463 mb | MP3: 1652 mb
- Released: 2016
- Style: Heavy Metal
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 629
- Format: AUD MP1 WAV MPC WMA RA MMF
|A1||The Ides Of March|
|A5||Women In Uniform|
|B2||Another Live / Drum Solo|
|C3||Phantom Of The Opera|
|D3||Women In Uniform ***|
|D4||I've Got The Fire ***|
NotesRecorded Newcastle City Hall 25/11/1980
*** Bonustracks recorded Top Of The Pops, London 10/02/1980
Limited Edition - 100 X Green Merble (Marbled) Vinyl. Cover is typical (for this Label) Cardboard
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Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band formed by bassist Steve Harris in 1975. The band's first album, 1980's Iron Maiden, was written primarily by Harris, with vocalist Paul Di'Anno co-writing two tracks and guitarist Dave Murray contributing "Charlotte the Harlot".
Band Name Iron Maiden (UK-1). Album Name Newcastle Got the Fire. Recorded live at City Hall, Newcastle, UK - 17/05/1983.
Iron Maiden are one of the biggest bands on the planet. Forming in Leyton back in 1975, their combination of bombastic heavy metal, headbanging riffs and falsetto vocals has earned them the millions of fans all over the world, with countless sold-out shows under their belt and even their own aeroplane! Since the release of debut album Iron Maiden in 1980, the British heavyweights have released a further 15 full-length studio albums, and sold over 100 million copies. But Metal Hammer’s resident Iron Maiden superfan Dom Lawson has ranked the band’s studio albums from best to least-best right here. What genre are Iron Maiden?
Founded in Leyton in London's East End in 1975, Iron Maiden released their first album in 1980 as a five-piece with Paul Di'Anno on vocals. Bruce Dickinson would replace him in 1981. With several line-up changes Steve Harris would remain the only original member never to have had a hiatus. With or without singer Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden have continued their heavy metal assault for the past twenty years - brave soldiers for the Euro-Metal they fashioned from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. Rhythmic velocity, intense, wailing dual lead guitars, and vocals that soared in concert with the epic imagery of the lyrics made them the lords of Metal throughout the '80s. Weathering the '90s with several lineup changes, Maiden have come full circle (well, sort of) with the 1999 return of Dickinson.
Iron Maiden is the eponymous debut studio album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. In 1998, along with the rest of the band's pre-1995 releases, Iron Maiden was remastered with "Sanctuary" added in all territories.
Iron Maiden Albums: Iron Maiden, Killers, The Number of the Beast, Piece of Mind, Powerslave. Members: Steve Harris, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, Bruce Dickinson, Nicko McBrain.
The definitive Iron Maiden Album. I would actually say that Power slave is better to listen to but tracks "Number of the Beast" and "Run to the hills" are all time classics and were so important for metal and Maiden at the time. Hallowed be thy Name" is an absolutely fantastic track also. If you want to get into Iron Maiden, get this and Power slave and you will be hooked.
Iron Maiden were one of the first groups to be classified as "British metal," and, along with Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, and a host of other bands, set the rock scene for the '80s. Iron Maiden were first formed in 1975 by bassist Steve Harris, who would soon join up with rhythm guitarist Tony Parsons, drummer Doug Sampson, and vocalist Paul Di'Anno. Before finally obtaining a record deal, the group played in local areas throughout the '70s, receiving a fair amount of London airplay. To the Slaughter," was granted the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Song of the Year, but it nonetheless gave the band its first number one . hit. By the time the group finished its 1991 tour, Dickinson expressed his desire to leave and promote another band he had founded, the Skunkworks.